Granherne to Execute Pre-FEED Study for Bonaparte LNG Project
The Bonaparte LNG project is a proposed floating liquefaction plant to be located in the Bonaparte Basin, Northern Territory, Australia. The project, being developed through a joint venture between GDF SUEZ and Santos, has a planned LNG capacity of two million tonnes per annum.
Granherne will provide a single integrated service for the Upstream pre-FEED, comprising various disciplines such as subsea engineering, field development planning, process, safety engineering and flow assurance. The project will be managed by Granherne's Asia-Pacific regional office in Perth.
Granherne, a wholly owned subsidiary of KBR, is a front-end engineering consultancy for onshore, offshore and deepwater oil and gas developments with experience of over 3,000 projects in more than 20 countries.
KBR, along with its subsidiaries, is an engineering and construction company supporting the energy, hydrocarbon, government services, minerals, civil infrastructure, power and industrial sectors. The company offers a range of services, through six business units: government and infrastructure, upstream, services, downstream, technology and ventures.
Richard D'Souza, vice president of global operations at Granherne, said: â€œThis is an exciting project for Granherne. Execution of the Bonaparte pre-FEED allows the company the opportunity to support a significant global player on a challenging floating LNG project.
â€œThis contract award also allows Granherne the opportunity to expand its portfolio to include the growth of our multi-discipline capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region.â€
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